Understand quantum technology without having a degree in physics
In collaboration with Niels Bohr Institute KPMG is launching the perfect mini course on Quantum Technology for you and your company.
We are launching the perfect course for you and your company on Quantum Technology.
Quantum Technology 101: Learn about the technology of the future without having a degree in physics
Do you want to know how quantum technology works and how it can be used today in your organisation?
Do you fear it is too complicated to understand if you do not have a degree in physics?
If you can answer yes to these questions, then KPMG in collaboration with the Niels Bohr Institute is launching the perfect mini course for you and your company. Over the course of 3 webinars of 2 hours duration each, you will obtain a fact-based overview of quantum computing, communication, simulation and sensing and understand better how they are impacting your business today and in the future. During the live sessions, you will be able to interact directly with professors at the forefront of the second quantum revolution. At the end of the course, you will receive a certificate from the Niels Bohr Institute stating an ability to navigate the new threats and opportunities posed by quantum technologies.
Practical information about the course
Tho course is postponed until further notice. New dates will be announced in a due course.
Personalised company sessions are available by request, where you can ask questions more openly, and the content is tailored to your industry. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Registration and payment
Registration and payment include all lectures in May 2021. Once the payment is made, it is non-refundable. After registration, the invoice will be sent to the e-mail address that you provided when registering. The payment is due no later than 30 days after the date of issue of the invoice, and if payment has not been made before the payment deadline, we reserve the right to offer your place to someone else.
In the event that you are prevented from attending one or more of the course lectures, you are welcome to let someone else attend on your behalf, but the payment is non-refundable and no discount or credits are given for future lectures or courses. Remember to notify KPMG before the lecture if you let someone else attend on your behalf.
Change or cancellation
KPMG reserves the right to change or cancel lectures or courses if they cannot be held, for example due to illness. When changing the date(s) of lecture(s), payment is not refunded and no discount or credits are given.
In the event of cancellation of the course, payment equal to the cancelled number of lectures will be refunded. KPMG does not cover costs relating to any changes or cancellation, for transport, accommodation or the like.
KPMG arranges, hosts and facilitates the course, and cannot be held liable for the accuracy of Niels Bohr Institute’s information or exchange of information.